Iceland's pigs infected with A/H1N1 virus

The Food and Vetarinary Authority in Iceland has reported to the OIE the first case of A/H1N1 in pigs in the country.
Thursday 29 October 2009 (8 years 6 months 22 days ago)
The Food and Vetarinary Authority in Iceland has reported to the OIE the first case of A/H1N1 in pigs in the country.

Clinical signs commenced on 24 October with 10 sows off feed, temperature >40°C, some were coughing and two aborted. Two workers had had flu-like symptoms for a few days, prior to the clinical signs in the pigs.

The farm is a farrow to finishing swine herd with approximately 400 sows and a total of 4,500 pigs.

http://www.oie.int/wahis/public.php?page=single_report&pop=1&reportid=8594

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